Member Since: 28th Feb 2012
11th Feb 2019
I am grateful for this helpful contribution. However, if Wikipedia can be believed https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_Travel_Area, the 1923 agreement may not survive Brexit.
Even if it does, should border checkpoints be established, they will almost certainly disrupt travel to a massive degree, as under-trained staff attempt to check every individual and vehicle trying to pass through, presumably validating and searching them along the way.
We will find out the real consequences in the very near future, if the full chaotic departure is rolled out.
11th Apr 2018
Oops, it isn't May yet. I am wishing my life away. Thanks for the polite correction.
14th Mar 2018
Thanks. It is comforting to be reminded that Monty Python reviled hairdressers as well as accountants. I'm afraid that my current bêtes noires are boring politicians (a tautology?).
22nd Nov 2017
DJKL. With all due respect, if I want comedy, I tend to look for experts in the field. Mind you, the same could be said for running the country's finances.
2nd Jun 2017
Do go back. Venice was a joy but no time to swim.
9th Feb 2017
I hate to remind you but it is Her Majesty's Customs and Excise. Therefore, our Dear Queen has effectively spoken to herself in this case and thankfully there is no breach of security.
11th Apr 2016
The tax returns are flooding in now. George Osborne's details are available on the Treasury website. At a quick glance it begs all of the questions above.
It seems that Jeremy Corbyn's will follow soon.
27th Jan 2016
He's Got the Job
Perhaps anyone with kids should now keep them away from the X rated movie that is called the Six Nations.
23rd Dec 2015
Thanks for making the case for AM, who is definitely a star and arguably a superstar..
Are you also suggesting that, like the examples cited, "had a sunny personality that was very engaging" or even a "cheerful and vibrant personality"?
8th Dec 2015
Buy, Buy, Buy
Tickets are now on sale.